BPM 150: A retro tune in a vintage 8 bit, chiptune style. This track is filled with fun, joy and a rock and roll style. Could fit any video game, and is well suited for projects for children, flash animation, comedic projects and more.
BPM 86: A positive, uplifting, and inspiring track. Mallet, percussion, modern beats, piano, flowing strings, acoustic and electric guitars evoke feelings of innocence, nostalgia, and warmth. Great for corporate presentations or projects.
BPM 118: This offbeat, sprightly piece is quirky and inquisitive. The track features pizzicato strings, mallets, quirky woodwinds and understated percussion. Light in tone and incredibly versatile.
BPM 127: A positive and light piano piece with woodwind, contrabass and percussion. This warm and enjoyable track has an almost fairy tale like mood. Suitable for cartoons, drama or film.
BPM 80: Joyful, colorful and positive. Inspired by Pachelbel's Canon, this version combines R&B elements with electronic instruments. The different parts step in gradually, transmitting a sense of unity and mutual understanding.
BPM 90: This track features a Christmas atmosphere, 8 bit tune. Funny, groovy and cheerful. Can fit any video game, holiday project, flash animation or anything made for kids.
BPM 150: This warm track was played with an original Sansula, with the background sustained by a soft pad, classical guitar, warm bass, shakers and soft percussion. Be lulled by an angel!
BPM 150: A warm and light classical piece featuring piano, harp, contrabass and percussion. The light melody makes for a pleasant mood. Innocent, delicate and special.
BPM 75: Main title orchestral music for a comedy or even drama film. A minimalistic orchestral approach with piano and a few modern synth techniques. Starts sparingly as an underscore and then building to a big climax which melts softly in the end.
BPM 130: An upbeat and feel good electronic track with synth sounds and solid electronic drums. Trendy, sparkling and fun. This piece is perfect for stop motion or trendy fast-paced videos.
BPM 150: An 8 Bit, old school arcade version of the famous William Tell overture by Rossellini. This is a great track for conveying an 80s vintage feel. Perfect for any video game project needing a western vibe!
BPM 130: A lively bluegrass track featuring mandolin, banjo and acoustic guitar with ascending scales. Lively, energetic and up-tempo. This track is well suited for rodeos, narratives taking place in the country side and more.
BPM 135: An upbeat ska instrumental with Hammond organ, and a live rhythm section. Energetic, fun and engaging. This track works well for projects geared towards youth, fun and excitement.
BPM 154: An inspiring, happy, and positive ukulele track featuring calming vocals. Perfect for use in any advertisement, product placement, or feel good scenario.
BPM 100: A lovely track for kids projects needing a funny tune. Lots of acoustic world instruments are featured including: percussion, accordion, different keyboards and brass. Drums and bass add a nice groove. Good for flash video games, multimedia and apps.
BPM 130: A happy and uplifting tune with a retro, vintage flavor. Inspired by "Chastushki" - folk songs from Russian villages. Well suited for children projects, flash video games and apps.
BPM 100: Fun, passionate and intriguing. An inspiring contemporary piece featuring piano, brass, celesta, strings and Tibetan quartz bowl. Well suited for underscoring quirky or bizarre stories.
BPM 160: An electronic 8 bit, chiptune track for a vintage, arcade video game, flash animation, video for children or any funny project for kids. Retro, happy and positive. Some of the "loops" versions are without the lead - underscore versions.